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30 Black Consultants

Developed by Sadora A. Yaya Redaey and supported by the City of Toronto's Confronting Anti-Black Racism Unit.

Roberta Timothy

B.A., M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D.

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Akwatu Khenti

Scientist, Institute for Mental Health Policy Research


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Kike Ojo-Thompson


Contact Information:

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Type of Consulting:

Conferences, Content and Research, Equity Training, Executive Coaching, Keynotes & Guest Lectures, Multi-Session Programs, Professional Supervision and Support. (Taken from the services tab, for more information please click here.)

Is this work done in the context of healthcare?


Dawn T Maracle, BAH, B.Ed., M.Ed.

Contact Information: 

Twitter: @dtmaracle 

Facebook: Dawn Maracle: 

Instagram: @Dawnmaraclesky 


Text: 647-883-9050

Website: (under construction)

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Type of Consulting

Dawn is available for consulting, speaking, emceeing, facilitating and researching on: 

  • Indigenous Education

  • Indigenous Health

  • Anti-Indigenous racism

  • Indigenous governance

  • Indigenous advocacy and design

  • Indigenous hiring, retention and advancement

  • Indigenous cultural competency and safety

  • Understanding the Indian Act

  • Understanding colonization in Canada through the KAIROS Blanket Exercise

  • And other customizable topics​

Is this work done in the context of healthcare?

All of these topics can be done within a health and health systems context.

Stephanie Nixon, PhD, MSc, BHSc(Physiotherapy)

Associate Professor, Department of Physical Therapy

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Type of Consulting:

I engage in capacity-building with individuals and groups regarding privilege and what to do with/about it. As a straight, white, middle class, able-bodied, cisgender female of settler descent, I undertake this work in solidarity with, and with accountability to, people who have historically been pushed to the margins. I base this capacity-building on the Coin Model of Privilege and Critical Allyship, which offers a way of understanding and taking action on equity, diversity and inclusion. Informed by Black, Indigenous and other racialized folks, the coin model seeks to translate longstanding ideas about anti-oppression, with a focus on how social structures produce both unearned advantage and disadvantage. It embraces an intersectional approach to understand how systems of inequality (such as sexism, racism and ableism) interact with each other to produce complex patterns of privilege and oppression. Understanding these core concepts informs principles for practicing critical allyship to guide the actions of people in positions of privilege for resisting the unjust structures that produce inequities. This open-access webinar on the coin model demonstrates my approach to capacity-building with groups.

Is this work done in the context of healthcare?



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